Littleton NH Swastika lawsuit survives motion to dismiss

“…while agreeing with Ferrier that “speech of public concern is afforded significant protection” under law, MacLeod nonetheless noted that “published defamatory falsehoods regarding a private individual are not without consequence merely because they involve matters of interest to the public.”

He summed up that the discovery process already under way “should allow” Ferrier “sufficient opportunity to ascertain which statements of fact the plaintiff contends are false and the evidence upon which her claims are grounded.” | More…

| New Hampshire.com

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